Do you hate the way PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds plays right now? Is there stuff you just wish they’d address? They got a new site for that. PUBG Corp. launched the website called Fix PUBG to basically be an all-in-one central hub for you to report problems and see the progress they’re taking to resolve certain issues that are frequently reported.
The company also included a roadmap that will details updates and upcoming fixes as they happen in real time, and are currently showing their plans for client performance, server performance, anti-cheat measures, matchmaking, and bug fixes.
It’s a concept that is already in practice PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds‘ top rival, Fortnite, as Epic Games have taken to receiving fan feedback to help improve their game. We’re actually a little shocked that the company didn’t jump on this sooner after seeing how Epic Games implemented it and made it happen so soon. Of course, whether or not it will end up working for PUBG is another topic altogether, as this is basically the first time they’re really utilizing the site and taking in feedback about what’s going on at a public level. Only time will tell if this actually helps fix many of the game’s issues or is just a fancy website.
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